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Idaho Counties

There are44 Counties in Idaho.
Counties are the largest political divisions within the state.

When Idaho became a territory in March, 1863, there were four Counties in existence: Boise, Idaho, Nez Perce and Shoshone. By the time Idaho became a state 27 years later, there were 15 counties. The rest of the 44 Counties came into existence during the 30 years after Idaho became a state. Two of the former Counties disappeared during this time. Alturas, which was created in 1864, was later divided into the many Counties now found in central Idaho. Logan County was only in existence for six years, from 1889 to 1895. It was combined with Alturas to form Blaine County and Lincoln County, which was formed just two weeks after Logan lost its identity.

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Bonner County, Idaho

Bonner County History, Geography, and Demographics

County Seat: Sandpoint
Year Organized: 1907
Square Miles: 1,738
Court House:

215 S. First Avenue
County Courthouse
Sandpoint, ID 83864-1305

Etymology - Origin of County Name

Bonner County is named for Edwin L. Bonner, a pioneer ferry operator in the area.

Demographics:

County QuickFacts: Census Bureau Quick Facts

County History

Established February 21, 1907 with its county seat at Sandpoint. It was named for Edwin L. Bonner, who, in 1864, established a ferry on the Kootenai River where the town of Bonners Ferry is located. The ferry became an important site in emigrant travel between Walla Walla to the placer and quartz mines in British Columbia.

Neighboring Counties:

  • North: Boundary County
  • Northeast: Lincoln County, Mont.
  • Southeast: Sanders County, Mont.; Shoshone County
  • South: Kootenai County
  • Southwest: Spokane County, Wash.
  • Northwest: Pend Oreille County, Wash.

Cities and Towns:

- Clark Fork city Incorporated Area
- Dover city Incorporated Area
- East Hope city Incorporated Area
- Hope city Incorporated Area
- Kootenai city Incorporated Area
- Oldtown city Incorporated Area
- Ponderay city Incorporated Area
- Priest River city Incorporated Area
- Sandpoint (County Seat) city Incorporated Area

County Resources:

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The history of our nation was a prolonged struggle to define the relative roles and powers of our governments: federal, state, and local. And the names given the counties, our most locally based jurisdictions, reflects the "characteristic features of this country!"

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